Ryanair has announced plans to reduce the number of bathrooms on its planes to make way for more seats.
Chief Executive Michael O’Leary wants to ‘recertify’ the Boeing aircraft to enable 6 extra seats to be installed – leaving just one bathroom between 200 customers.
Michael O'Leary - Chief Executive of budget airline Ryanair - Fabulous Travel Guide
‘We very rarely use all three toilets on board our aircraft,’ he tells the Daily Mail. ‘[It] would fundamentally lower air fares by about 5 per cent for all passengers – cutting £2 from a typical £40 ticket.’
Despite Ryanair’s cut-throat tactics, it’s thought over 75million people will travel with the budget airline this year. Get ready to cross your legs!
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About Alison Adey: I was previously Channel Editor for IPC's Homes network (Housetohome.co.uk; Idealhomemagazine.co.uk; Livingetc.com and Homesandgardens.com) but I bid them a fond farewell in December 2010 to embark on this trip. I also worked for Nowmagazine.co.uk as a features writer for two years. View author profile.